Not to be outdone by the spate of volume orders and casting announcements that underpinned the new Disney Plus streaming series, Walt Disney Studios showed their wares on Saturday in a marathon presentation on the D23.
The show in Anaheim, California brought some star power, albeit with fewer surprises than the presentation on Friday, as fans in princess and villain cosplay lined the halls, calling for insights from everyone from Angelina Jolie to Dwayne Johnson.
"We are serious when we say that you are not fans, you are a family," said Alan Horn, creative director and co-chair of the studio, as he introduced the cast.
Here are some key findings:
Star Wars is coming for a Landing
We have previously heard that "Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker" would end the saga that started in 2015 by "The Force Awakens". The director of the former J.J. Abrams, flanked by Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy, went so far as to say it would close the bow of franchise films released since the original of 1977.
It may sound like a classic studio hype, which, however, evokes nostalgia in a rabid fanbase something about Abrams & # 39; s mood felt crucial – especially given the mega deal he just signed with Warner Bros..
Kennedy promised the fans that the movie would be "incredibly funny". Abrams took a sentimental route and said the film was a love letter to the late Carrie Fisher.
Marvel is a Star Magnet
Marvel is missing after the completion of the historic Infinity Saga and the departure of Robert Downey Jr. Cinematic Universe does not appeal to stars to fulfill its numerous roles. Rumor has it that "Game of Thrones" star kit Harington has joined the cast of "The Eternals," a relatively unknown Marvel work on aliens that has lived on Earth for thousands of years.
Harington will not occur as one of them the ancient creatures, which include Salma Hayek, Kumail Nanjiani, Lauren Ridloff, Brian Tyree Henry, Richard Madden and Jolie. He completes the cast with "Crazy Rich Asians" star Gemma Chan and Indian actor Barry Keoghan.
Do not count the comic strip's megastars. Ryan Coogler, the director of "Black Panther," appeared on D23 (a bonus in a presentation similar to Marvel's in July's San Diego Comic-Con) to announce a sequel to Chadwick Boseman on May 6, 2020 will come to the cinemas. 
Controversy does not deter Disney fans
Controversial custody battle for Spider-Man between Sony Pictures and Disney Managers? No big deal.
After a week of headlines about a creative divorce in which Sony will produce new Spider-Man films starring Star Tom Holland outside of Marvel Studios boss Kevin Feige's area of responsibility, the young British star became the D23 main hall.
"It was a crazy week," the actor admitted, "and I love you with all my heart and I love you 3000."
He made the remarks alongside another MCU star, Chris Pratt of "Guardians of the Galaxy," as both men cast their votes for the upcoming Disney Pixar animation "Onward."
Likewise, Walt Disney Studios President Sean Bailey showed a longer hissing year of live action adaptation of "Mulan" from now on. The film is in the political conflict between mainland China and Hong Kong, as well as its star Crystal Liu. The footage, which included insights into the battle and memorable moments from the animation, such as Mulan's presentation to her village officials, was a big one.
Liu was not present, but with the director of the film, Niki, Caro was a quick and polite conversation.
& # 39; Cruella & # 39; Rocks
While the Friday audience was included in the Disney Plus presentation As a trailer for the live action "Lady and the Tramp", in which the film is premiered exclusively, WDS brought a similar object with a rebellious flair ,
Emma Stone's "Cruella", the background story behind the stylish villain of "101 Dalmatians" has a surprisingly angular twist: it plays in the punk scene of the 1970s in London. Stone rocked a wild, curly wig in Cruella's characteristic black and white tones and swung dogs to chains with their thugs in the background. Take a look at this.
Welcome to Dwayne's Jungle
One of the founding attractions at Disneyland was the Jungle Cruise. It is a riverboat excursion where guests can encounter pirates, wild animals and the elements in search of exciting adventures.
Also for WDS it is a big gamble that the American sweetheart Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt entrust an adaptation of the ride as a storytelling film. She is a cheeky and courageous academic who wants to assemble a magic weapon. He is a daring boat captain trying to pay off debts to a whiskered benefactor (Paul Giamatti). Their paths intersect and sparks fly.
Johnson seemed to set expectations in the same breath – and then fulfill them after showing a pendant that surrounded his character. The "Hobbs & Shaw" star referred to Walt Disney himself and said in his very first park, "He had a baby. The baby was Jungle Cruise. He was the first skipper. The star promised that he and Blunt Walt would not let down, and delivered a movie that was comparable to "Romancing the Stone" Last Word, and featured a second trailer built around their own character.
The Simpsons join the family – On the screen?
One of the gems of content that Disney took control of 20th Century Fox was Matt Groening's legendary TV series "The Simpsons" this year. In a breakout conversation that ran parallel to the presentation at the Disney Studio, the creators suspected that the Springfield family is likely to return to the big screen to continue their 2007 feature film debut. Likewise, a spin-off show for Disney Plus will be discussed.
Will Thorne has contributed to this report.